Want to learn how to ride a unicycle?

Look no further. We can help you!

Learning to ride a unicycle is challenging but not impossible. It’s the primary reason why our sport remains niche worldwide. There is no instant gratification because it requires perseverance and dedication. Something that Donna, the OddWheeler understands. She was once a beginner WITHOUT a teacher. It took her 2 years to confidently boast that she can ride a unicycle after much trial and error with technique and equipment. Now with over a decades worth of riding experience in unicycling Donna has developed a 1 hour lesson which will give you a sense of what it feels like to ride a unicycle. But she won’t leave you UPD’ing (unplanned dismount). Below is a lesson and pricing structure to have you confidently riding atop a unicycle.

  • Once Off Experience Lesson

    • R350
    • Includes unicycle
    • 15 Minute unicycle setup
    • 1 Hour one-on-one lesson
    • Book a lesson
  • Learner Lesson Package

    • R1500
    • 5 One-on-one lessons
    • Includes unicycle
    • Includes entrance fee
      • It can take between 3 to 20 hours to learn how to ride a unicycle. This is dependent on how often you practice and for how long.
      • The goal of this package is to have you qualify for level 1 of the International Unicycling Federations Skill Levels:
        • Mount unicycle unassisted
        • Ride 50 metres
        • Dismount gracefully with unicycle in front
    • Book your 5 lesson package
  • Group Lessons

    • R200 per lesson
    • Weekly group lesson
    • Excludes unicycle
      • By this stage you should know if you like unicycling or not. If you like it then you should own a unicycle. Unicycles can be bought at our online shop
      • Rent a unicycle from us for R50
    • Includes entrance fee
    • At the once a week group lesson we work through the International Unicycling Federation Skill Levels 2 – 10. These exercises are the building blocks for all the disciplines of unicycling (i.e. Flatland, Urban / Street, Trials, Freestyle, Mountain and Road)
  • Things to wear & bring

    • Comfortable shorts or pants
    • Closed shoes (i.e. trainers / sneakers / takkies)
    • Helmet
    • Other – not essential for Once-Off Experience Lesson
      • Gloves
      • Knee guards
      • Shin guards (dependent on riders bail factor)
      • Elbow guards (dependent on riders bail factor)
    • Water
    • Sun block